'HOWEVER the images do not correctly load from the images server'
What do you mean when you say the above. Do you mean the images are not showing?
Can you give us a link to the site so someone can do a trace of the images url in the code?
Could be a case sensitive server.
If your links start with "images/..." (lowercase "i"), the server will not find the images in the "Images" (Uppercase "I") folder.
Images and images are two different folders.
Keep consistent case in file and folder names - usually all lowercase.
Change the folder name from Images to images locally and remotely.
Hi Thanks. That was a typo. I meant to say the "images folder created on the remote server". The directory structure on the remote server is public_html/cafe/Images and the local directory structure is as shown in the fig. So bascially the server and local directory structure are same.
Happy to provide the link to the site is :- http:\\www.bestbet.bugs3.com/cafe/index.html
Thanks loads for such a prompt response.
No I made sure that I used the same case. If you check the site, you'll find that some images display whil;e some do not.
Hi, I have posted the information that you wanted. I hope that would suffice to solve this simple looking rather tricky problem. Please let me know if anything else is required. For the convenience of all once again, the concerned website is
Hoping for an early solution and thanking all those who would take time to look into this.
Your images are being blocked by my company firewall as pornography.
For what it's worth "banner" and "graphic" are not the best names for images because of issues like the above.
Hi Nancy, well yes thats a working link nancy. I have confirmed it by copying and pasting it in my browser, Chrome. Yes it works very well.
This is exactly how it was in the Adobe tutorial. I was just learning and kept all files and names same. If that's the issue then I will try and change the names. However if you noticed banner_graphic.jpg displays correctly when the site is accessed. It's only when you try one of the links, it and any other image from the /Images/ folder does not display. If names was the issue then wouldn't the banner_graphic not display in the first place.
In any case i'll try and change the file names and revert with the result.
Thanks again to all.
Oops! Google Chrome could not connect to www.bestbet.bugs3.com
I'm in Southern California. Perhaps your server has region blocking.
John is correct it is a case of being case sensitive.
Your images are in the folder 'I' mages NOT 'i' mages. With a capital I.
So this works:
This does NOT
You need to do a sitewide 'find and replace' 'i' with 'I' to make all the lower case 'i's in images uppercase.
Dear osgood_ ( and others,)
Thanks for devoting so much time here. However I do beg to differ because my folder is \Images\ and my code uses src="Images..." everywhere and so case is not the problem.
Also here is a snapshot of the site's main page that opens when its accessed using my link. As you can see the two images here - the top one and a smaller one called banner_graphic.jpg and street_sign.jpg - are being displayed and they also come from the /Images/ folder.
However when any menu item is clicked, the top image is still banner_graphic but this time it fails to display as all the other images as well.
I hope we'll solve it yet ! Thanks again to all.
However I do beg to differ because my folder is \Images\ and my code uses src="Images..." everywhere
Check again. That's not the case. Home page: yes. Inner pages: no.
The home page banner code points to
<td height="90"><div id="banner"><img src="Images/banner_graphic.jpg"
That works OK.
Inner pages point to:
Paths pointing to "images/" do not work.